Pictures on this web site, are reduced to 640 x 480 resolution, unless otherwise stated, to reduce download times, and to try to make the images each fit in a single screen, for better viewing.
Clicking on the underlined text for each set of pictures, should take you to the appropriate web page with the pictures.
A web page with pictures of interesting and unusual motor vehicles that have been photographed in Armadale, is at pictures of motor vehicles in Armadale . That web page has links to large (around 5-7MB) pictures, which should be viewed only if you have broadband access to the Internet.
The web page with pictures of buildings in Armadale, is at pictures of buildings in Armadale . That web page includes Minnawarra House, and other distinctive buildings of Armadale.
A web page with pictures of Minnawarra House and the adjacent, threatened, open space, is at pictures of Minnawarra House and the open space . Also on that web page, is a photograph that shows that Woolworths, which is seeking the expansion that threatens Minnawarra House and the open, grassed land, is incapable of maintaining what it has now, and is thus jeopardising public safety and the electricity supply.
A web page with pictures of various entry statements from different entry points into Armadale, is at pictures of various entry statements into Armadale .
A web page with pictures of examples of neglect by the Armadale City Council, at Armadale, is at pictures of ACC neglect in Armadale .
Note – That web page may take a few (or several, depending on your download speed) minutes to download, as it has some larger pictures.
The web page with pictures of the 2004 Armadale Highland Gathering in Armadale, is at Pictures of Armadale Highland Gathering 2004 in Armadale .
A web page with pictures of what I think is an engineering feat in Armadale, is at Pictures of an engineering feat in Armadale .
The web page with pictures of bird life in Armadale, is at Pictures of bird life in Armadale .
I can be contacted by email by clicking on my name at the end of this sentence - Bret .
This web page was last updated on 19 June, 2016